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Synonyms for route

Synonyms for route

an area regularly covered, as by a policeman or reporter

a means or method of entering into or achieving something desirable

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

Synonyms for route

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The television licence fee is collected by An Post on behalf of the Government which passes it on to RTE.
"This is in line with ongoing efforts to reduce operating costs across RTE. Operating costs reduced by more than [euro]100million between 2008 and 2012."
And last night he insisted he has no regrets and loved every minute of his time at RTE.
"These are serious questions and they need to be addressed by RTE. Ultimately the issue is whether RTE compromised the democratic process."
George has been a household name for decades and famous for his work as a sports commentator although he originally trained as a cellist and pianist before joining the BBC and subsequently RTE.
Although RTE do not have live rights to the Allianz leagues or the club Championships, Costello thinks there would be a massive audience for a magazine-type programme from January to September on RTE.
The spokeswoman claimed TV3 "own Saturday nights now", pulling in more viewers over the previous three weekends than RTE. TV3 credits the X Factor phenomenon for its ratings success.
However, he continued teaching up until the 1980s when he became a full-time broadcaster with RTE.
A source close to Lorraine revealed last night: "She is definitely interested in hearing from RTE. It seems pretty clear they are also interested in her and there could be some moves behind the scenes very soon.
And referring to the recent row between Fine Gael and the Late Late Show, Mr Cowen pointed out Enda Kenny's spokesman Ciaran Conlon also had a lot of contact with RTE.
"I am prepared to do whatever is necessary to show solidarity with the people I work with in RTE, many of whom would be worried about their jobs and people in the wider community funding RTE."